Rain associated with the offshore storm is shifting east while a band of showers associated with the other storm is moving into the mountains from the west.
The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for parts of Maryland in anticipation of a wintry mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain. During the Friday morning commute, most Marylanders are experiencing wet streets, not slick ones.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for parts of Maryland. A wintry mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain is expected Friday between 4 a.m. and 10 a.m.
The initial precipitation late Thursday night and first thing Friday can be a slippery mix of rain, snow and ice especially in some of the suburbs, but Friday during the day is mostly rain with temperatures well above freezing.
Icy and dicey. If you were caught in Friday morning’s unexpectedly slippery commute, you know what a mess it was.
Maryland is bracing for another round of winter weather Monday.
Snow is falling all over Maryland. Several school systems across the state dismissed students early and canceled afternoon and evening activities.
When vehicles slid off roads in a surprise Christmas Eve snowfall, traffic snarled, making for upset motorists and many calls for tow trucks. Heavy snow is big business for many enterprises, and a winter without a lot of the white stuff, such as in early 2012, can be a bummer for business owners.
Winter weather is moving into Maryland! Heavy rain will be followed by snow in some parts of the state and it could make for a messy commute Thursday. But how much can we expect on the ground?
Winter weather wreaked havoc on drivers across the state early Tuesday morning. Now we’re tracking another storm heading our way.
It’s a white Christmas Eve across Maryland. A winter storm dumped snow across our region and that wreaked havoc on the roads, especially to the north and west.
Long lines and delays at airports nationwide, thanks to a massive storm traveling across the country. Add in the start of holiday travel and many passengers are left in limbo.